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Senior Secondary Teacher - Information Processes and Technology (IPT)

  • Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Part Time - Fixed Term
  • Secondary School Teacher
  • Computer Science Teacher


  • Job no: MN6QA

The Australian Institute of Music

AIM is a leading specialised, independent and not-for-profit education provider offering students cutting-edge learning in the creative industries. We deliver courses from HSC to Postgraduate at campuses in Sydney and Melbourne. Our unique industry-relevant programs are designed to support a diverse range of careers, and AIM has an outstanding record for producing talented graduates.

The Role

This is a fixed-term, part-time role for one day per week on Fridays, teaching year 12 students. The role will commence immediately and end on 27 September 2019.

Reporting to the Principal, the Senior Secondary Teacher - Information Processes and Technology (IPT) is required to:

  • Develop and prepare daily lesson plans, unit plans and programs in accordance with syllabus requirements
  • Deliver lessons in a classroom setting as well as via video conferencing if required
  • Provide support and pastoral care for students
  • Evaluate and report on the progress of students
  • Meet with parents and students to discuss individual performance as required
  • Embrace a variety of teaching practices, methods and technologies
  • Encourage collaboration and feedback across the school and wider organisation to inform continuous improvement
  • Liaise with relevant industry and regulatory authorities to stay up-to-date with industry developments
  • Provide additional support to the Principal and Senior Secondary College team as required
  • Contribute to the achievement of organisational goals and strategic plans

As the school has a strong approach to the performing arts, successful candidates will also need to be able to respect, support and encourage these endeavours with our students.

What skills and experience should I have?

  • Demonstrated previous experience in a similar role
  • Hold current, relevant qualifications for the role and have an Institute of Teachers number
  • Have a current Working with Children Check clearance
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Thorough understanding of the challenges and needs facing students
  • Strong individual and team-based collaboration in the achievement of goals
  • Able to work under tight deadlines with multiple stakeholders and competing priorities

What do I need to stand out from the rest?

  • Share our passion for education and the creative industries
  • Be a team player and show a genuine interest in supporting both colleagues and students
  • Be flexible, embrace change and be an advocate for continual quality improvement
  • Be proactive and demonstrate confidence and initiative in dealing with challenges
  • Be well organised and methodical with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Get the job done with a sense of humour

Why should I work at AIM?

  • Lively campus atmosphere
  • Make a difference in an institute that values passion and creativity and is poised for growth
  • Join a supportive team with a shared purpose, who genuinely place the student at the centre of everything we do
  • Work alongside some of Australia's most talented music, entertainment and performing arts professionals
  • AIM is changing! If you're up for the challenge, this is a great time to join our team to contribute to the continual quality improvement of AIM.

Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 6 June 2019. AIM reserves the right to extend or modify the application close date.

  • Published on 22 May 2019, 11:45 PM